Plans to build a new A14 toll road have been published by The Highways Agency.
A European Prince has been in Cambridge for a celebration of the famous diary of Samuel Pepys.
The UK's first privately run NHS hospital - Hinchingbrooke in Huntingdon - has generated more than double the expected financial deficit.
Campaigners fighting to save the Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon will hand a 3000 signature petition into Cambridgeshire County Council today.
The petition has enough signatures to trigger a debate on the closure. The museum is based in Cromwell's old school but is under threat of closure .
Bob Pugh, spokesperson for the Friends of the Cromwell Museum said:
"The enormous support from the people of Cambridgeshire, and further afield, will hopefully make the Council reconsider their proposals. People were queuing up to sign the petition in Huntingdon last weekend.
With this level of support we can continue our campaign confident that the public are behind us".
A petition set up by campaigners fighting to save a Huntingdon museum from closure has seen a boost, hitting their target of three thousand signatures.
The Friends of Cromwell Museum group is opposed to plans in Cambridgeshire County Council's draft budget to withdraw funding, which they fear will lead to inevitable closure.
Reaching three thousand signatures means the issue must now be debated at a full council meeting.
People fighting to save a Cambridgeshire museum gathered in Huntingdon this weekend to rally local support.
Cambridgeshire County Council is planning to cut the Cromwell Museum's £20,000 annual funding, a move that could force the museum to close.
A local campaign to stop the cuts going ahead has gained the backing of the local MP, Jonathan Djanogly. A group of history professors have also written to the Times citing the museum's importance to education and teaching.
The campaigners need to gather 3000 signatures by this Wednesday in order to force a council debate on the issue.
The Boxing Day race meeting at Huntingdon Racecourse has been abandoned because of flooding on the track.
The course says all pre purchased admission tickets will be automatically refunded.
Three-times Olympic medallist Louis Smith is back in Huntingdon this week, running a training camp for aspiring gymnasts.
He has returned to the club where he started his career to inspire children to get involved in the sport.
The Peterborough gymnast says he wants to do his bit for the Olympic Legacy of London 2012.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service has posted a video of YouTube of their efforts to tackle a blaze at the Hatford Mill pub.
A blaze that destroyed a pub near Huntingdon was started accidentally, firefighters have said.
The Hartford Mill public house in Hartford Marina burnt down this morning. An initial investigation has found that the fire was started accidentally by equipment.
A fire has almost completely destroyed a pub near Huntingdon.
Crews were called to the Hartford Mill public house in Hartford Marina at around 4.25am.
Firefighters said only the function room has been saved from the blaze, but is severely smoke damaged.
Richard Dykes, Incident Commander said: "Due to the severity of the fire when we arrived, we were unable to save the public house itself, but were able to stop it from spreading to the function room.
"This was a large fire, which has destroyed the home of a family and a popular venue used by the local community. Thankfully everyone was able to get out of the property quickly and unharmed."
An investigation will take place today to determine the cause of the fire.
A young gymnast gets her copy of Louis Smith's autobiography signed during his appearance at Huntingdon Gymnastics Club, the place where his career took off.